I decided to do a set for each group, so where the first box was for the main cast, this one is for the Sky Knights. Minor spoilers in audio.
I’m the only one who probably wonders what would happen if Sage Yulyana had a voice mailbox.
I was everyone except the dialtone and Default noise.
Please ignore my crude drawings but I had to do this. ;_; you are amazing. Best impressions ever I’m dying you made my day
1. I’m going to graduate this year and transfer to a different school
2. I LOVE CROSSOVERS
3. I like the moon
4. I like Nintendo
5. I want to be an animator and I can feel it getting closer *A*
Have you seen a Toco Toucan hop down stairs lately? Or a Keel-billed Toucan bathe with a glass of restaurant water?
A really kind anon drew this based on my story! They gave me permission to post ‘cause they were too shy to do it themselves.
there is nothing more frustrating to me than people who write who don’t read, but like specifically because they ‘don’t want their writing to be influenced’
everyone i’ve ever met who thinks like that has the exact same flaws in their writing. overwrought, purple-prose to no point, and trying to force their themes so heavily that the story vanishes.
they are people who spend most of their prose trying to recreate the wheel, sludging through plots that are tremendously cliched because they have no clue what the cliches are- but they are grasping at the first plots that come to them, which will often be, well, the cliched ones. and they won’t know how to break the mold in those stories because they refuse to explore the work of others.
your writing should be influenced by your reading and your environment. when it’s not, i assure you, it’s less creative, not more. the ideas created in a vacuum are always the ideas that anyone could come up with. when you are reacting to the influences around you, you combine ideas and themes to create new things- or at the very least, you learn how to put a spin on those cliched plots